Category: Open Source Contributions
QA FSE 15: Category Customization
I had some time to contribute to WP, and I’ve always loved how the Full-site-editing outreach program lets anyone jump in and quickly get to testing specific features and functionality. Today, I worked on QA’ing the latest one: FSE Program Testing Call #15: Category Customization Questions Did the experience crash at any point? No crashes! […]
WPCLI Focus Time – 2021-10-20
Another block of focus time trying to help the WPCLI project. This time learning more about Behat and functional testing.
WPCLI Focus Time – 2021-10-01
Continuing to learn about WPCLI. I focus on how to run the Behat tests under a Local site as well as explore the wp-cli-dev package!
WPCLI Focus Time – 2021-09-24
Another block of focus time for the WPCLI project! I continued working on issue 191 of the core command repo: Unexpected HTML output when updating WordPress #191 Even though the solution was simple and I was able to get a pull request created, I found that there may be some holes in how the WPCLI project […]
Time-block Open Source Contributions
Contributing to Open-source is important — so I’m blocking off time to do it, and going to write about it!
QA FSE Polished Portfolios
Contributed to the Polished Portfolios testing call to become more familiar with Full-site editing in Gutenberg.
Getting Started with WordPress Gutenberg Development
Taking a look at the current state of Gutenberg development with a focus on full-site editing.
Contributing to Upstream WordPress
While reviewing the Site Reset Local Addon, I found that there were issues in the WPCLI db-command. I feel like I have a general idea of what needs fixing, but navigating the path towards upstream contribution can be overwhelming. So after bringing it up with my manager, I have the green light to take some time during the […]